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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 27 January 1921

day, January 27, 1921, , . Fthe lehi stf 'OieTTvory Tlnirsdny at Ii-lii, Utah. BuAlk l- uuu -nM-n.ttngef Hut tlii" postulate ut Lchi, H, as tin-olid elus mutter. Hl5i MPTION HATES Kar 'ii ndvnnce $150 local Items Hn Tho i7 Coming Soon. to pri war prices on mon s H and shirts nt People's Co-op. -- H ClirKofferson wns a Salt Hbltur la.t wook. Ho Austin of Salt LaKo, was a Hlness visitor on Saturday. B -a - flcorgo Holmstead of Itlch- H tlio guest of lior parents, Hit and Mrs. A, J. Evans. H Little ford was at Salt Lako Hek nttcndlnB tho Wool Grow Hucntlon B o H Roberts, who is attending Hn Salt Lako, spont tho weok Ko with his parents, Sir. and Hscph Itobcrts. " jand moot our now candy kid, He her anJ 'oa'11 Hko lior B People's Coop. adv. MATiPFROMTORCjIY HttUR PHONE CALL fc VAtH quickly on tho wire I VAttl hustle like a house I " I ' HjiU your telophono to I ttllus to get busy. Get I I Bt ttlephono to order us 1 Bui--around to your R jMho houso that needs He modern plumbing E 9 (lamb...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 27 January 1921

fVJt ' BBBBB. (B PbbWbbI I i fl I ' BB I ! '' BBi I I K ' TTT ..,. Thursday, Januanr.W li Pace Four. " - THE LE HI SUN. LEIII. UTAH "raj I IJg WEBSTER I I lflri,ANS 1 mS& "Peter B.Kyne flf hp$$$ IvO) Author of "Cappy H W Ricks," The Valley 21 ' SRSISrS of thc Giant8" Etc m IB CHAPTER Xlll-i-Contlnued. H " 14 jja "I think bo. I daro say ltlcardo KB hopes to tnke Snrroa by surprise, bot- am tlo tho city garrison up In ho cunr- B tol and tho government pnlnco and tlicro beslcgo them. Having secured B. nominal control of a seaport, ho can Import arms and ammunition; also ho m can recruit openly, and at his lolsuro B; hunt down the outlying garrisons, llio W Sarros crowd doesn't suspect his prcs M enco In Sobrantc, and by a quick, sav 9 ago stroko ho should bo ablo to Jerk this one-liorso government up by tho heels In jig time particularly Blnco H tho citizenry feci no loyalty toward flf, tho Sarros rcglino and are only kept mil 'n subjection through fear and lack I of a leader. I'm ...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 27 January 1921

m Thursday, January 27, 1921. disarmament plan I is email hearing SUPREME COUNCIL CONFER8 REGARDING THE FAILURE OF GERMANY TO DISARM. H T'ie Eventuality of a German Sitting H With the Council Hinges Upon H Action of Representatives Re. H gardlng Vexed Question. Paris. Tho supremo council, com- posed of representatives of Great B Britain, Italy, France, Belgium and Japan, on Jnnuury 21 beard tho mill. B tnry experts nnd Inter conferred to B gcther regarding tho failure of Ger B many to disarm ns provided for by the B treaty of Versailles. Tho experts wero B asked to innlco a dotailcd report on B tho subject, with recommendations re B sardine measures to lnsuro execution Bof tho disarmament clauses of tho B treaty. B The British prlmo minister, David B Lloyd George, and tho president of tho French council, Arlstldo llrlnnd, It Is understood, dcslro an opportunity to B talk over tho different phases of tho B reparations question before tho sub Bjcct cotucs up for discussion at tho Hfut...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 27 January 1921

H B 11 I Pag0 six ' TI1E LEIII SUN teitt titaH I Many Enjoyed ;r Stake Anniversary In The celebration of tho 20th nnnt Hu vorsary 6f tho, Alpine Stako last HM Thursday was ono of tho most on HI Joynblo ovcntB over hold in tho stake. B Between 1000 and 1S00 porsons from g alt parts of tho Stako participated in B tho gonoral good tlnio. At tho nfter If noon meotlng 900 woro prosont and J tho ovonlng entertainment drow a H crowd ot over 1200. jj Besides all stako fjfllcers and a 81 : majority ot tho mombers a numbor ot Iff outsldo gueats woro present among H whom wcro: B Proa. Heber J. Orunt, Kldcr David J A. Smith ot tho presiding bishopric, B President Drimhall and Holier ot the M II. Y. V., Q. N. Chllds, Hobor Austin li ' Idaho, tho president ot tho Wasatch Bfl Stako and sovoral others. HI Tho afternoon session was a tcstl- JH monlnl to tho growth and develop MM tont of tho Stako, and tho work of R8 thosa In chargo, Among tho features KB of tho program wns K roll call of tho III mem...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 27 January 1921

K rfirfidaJanuary 27, 1921. iWTjfiguring tiMorlA jf EJngARY: HUMBLED AND ISOLATED nnnsnry, cut practically to half its EeS Iy the Treaty of Versailles, Know disassociated from Austrln E hating no tilllnnco with other El In inai'J' "! according to the ' Bowing communication to tho Nn Eal Geographic society by 0. Town Erollara: Bfistorot Hungary has features all own. It stretches across the vistas the Great Plnln In tho region of m Hortobogy. There Is tho genu- original Mngynr, the Sontnur-Mn-pa, who, like his sires of old, that 'bed Alexander on the plains of Sog Ki, rides like a devil of tho twi El'ctts, drinks, sleeps on hl small, Hess charger, and chokes with pure' 1 B;h' ln ,u!t of "fo un(1 rus oC Bl The long white 'gntyu' no pen- Bt thcet the embroidered Bleevc- rt B waistcoat, tho plumed or bo-rlb- K bat, tho gorgeous mantle, the Kowlcd pipe, mark tills tanned H BhMllfln cavn,lor n,oro Kurely B ioc3 "l0 nnthropologlst. 1Ie 2 Kutes n circus trick, but ho and Btorteg are Freemaso...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 27 January 1921

Iflffiiv '! Wmll flBBwir Hi I This Clearance Sale Stands tf i H I Out Like a Lighthouse L. 1 Ifiuf f Hart Schailner & Marx clothes for less than it costs ,BBaW i Bmm mae em BBaBBBBi 1 Kfflf p $65 $70 $75 suits $50 $55 $00 suits $37.50 $40 $45 suits HBShK'BB P Hsf 2 now now now 'T r HI $42.50 $32.50 $22.50 UK aBBBjBjj aWZRBBBBBB ? 1. & .Anybody can have a "clearance sale" that's nothing in HbBBHIR & Bil G itself. Anybody can quote low prices prices mean nothing HBBBaBk BEjH' 3 when taken alone. "BBaBt HfjH' Ig But not everybody .can give you ITart Schaitner & Marx Vi " Jl S quality and no one' can givo you greater values than ours. WV . i Ell Gi; We've' taken all our lines that have been broken into by the WB H YHIf Oil Benson's selling and we've priced them lower than it costs B Cj wfllji $ to make tho clothes. We're taking a big loss! But we're BBB w HXf Sr going to feel cheerful about it if wc clear our stocks ready flB H ' 5 for spring goods. BbBI fl Blf $05 $70 ?...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 3 February 1921

' ynft Wf t C& I 1 Combined With the Lehi Banner ,0:, I "" TII' tBBI- WAII, THUEdDAT, MBRUABY 3, 1921 : r " T H fc. '" Himi'y!. .) Ho. 27 pH )ld Folks Are I Royally Entertained ftt Number Ever Out Enjoyed jaidAVInter Dinner and Social. Hrhe biggest numbor of Lchl Old Lie, Widows, Widowers and Mis Heir Wives over ontortalnod nt Wl timo n I-onl onjoyed tho mid Hter dinner and social last Friday the high school building. Two Hired and clghty-stx wcro served Her, which is forty-three more than E attended a like social since Lchl menccd making Uio thing an Hul affair Practically all over tho r-jear age mark from the cntiro rr Vf VOre present Including tho ovi, wldowors and missionary Ki A fow, who wero held homo i Illness or othor reasons, wero gotten, howevor, as tho com la chargo saw to It that n rsi sent to them. , xjn a splendid dlnnor was In the high school room, tables, tho full lorigth of tho rero roqulrod to sorvo tho md oven then a socond tablo ' cessary. Chicken, roast veal...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 3 February 1921

J TBHi i I I I PM!0TW0 " ., THE U,HI SUK, USH.. UTAH - gLvj m lJ - -y ; j . I Articles and Illustrations Bti II for Lehi Housewives ad The Sun 1 ' I Tones of Rust I r Turn to "Brown y Color, always an Important factor In fnslilons, Is claiming more tlinn usual attention tills season. This Is I? practically tlio first time, notes a Pnrls I fashion correspondent, that tlio I'nrls dressmaker has had an opportunity to , launch absolutely postwar colors. Dur ing tho years that have succeeded tho signing bf tho armlstlco It has been largely a question of using up stocks of both juanufacturcd goods and raw nmtcrlnls. Hut throughout tho sea sons which havo Intervened the French manufacturer has had tlmo to readjust himself to n new regime, so that what Is being shown this winter as novelty Is actually now. Hcnco tho now col ors appearing for 1021 nro worthy of mora tlian passing mention. Strong, well determined and definite dcscrlbo tho tones shown on tho color cards for next spring. Tho ch...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 3 February 1921

Vff vBb 'B I n,... WLa.v. February 3, 1921 . , 'f- - " , , 7- ' TnH T'M"t SUN, LEI1I tUTAII ' rage Three I "2 m? . .miuirrnnPHV TUT. tbui .,.,.. Mr, i i - i " . .... iuu.o JKSDget what you R,J JTcamoufUoo 'round here P 1M you tee, alw38 earn 0Ur ' ,jS Ig tho plumbing T shop whoro you pay for hat you got. " oally ro- mi yu t0 emp,oy ai8an. Ja fluff Prt whoso Plumb- Bin, experience enables him 3 iKedlto his work You'll TN It the rlxht kind of work JIj Bd tho bill won't bo any si! lireer. Hnvo you a prob 3i 'lem of sanitation? Lot us mm fl kIto It. lim Directory L , v I THEELEOTBIO BAKERY and OA2TX J kotos electrically eveBalf Kirr MUbUatusMt J ZITI Kurt rull Block of fresh J) Ktd, oakea aa pastry. - mtttit Hired at all koura. "n,J Jjullua Otteraon, Prop. J we! ttBuN TRKET LEHI erjr ';, ...--n- -n- m n. v nee of fl A 0fbl HAMMER LIVERY . crepe fl 4 ? flu U aomothlng for transfer we 0I tllcBf a i ttirt 9 at 'our ervlco. J tKfl Buggles FoT H,re- -J out (Sftoseph Hammer, Prop. ind tenfl l...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 3 February 1921

BB E I I I Pngc Foun - THS-XEHl SUN. UEHI. UTAH Thursday, Fchn,. I in timimw mi iiwh nmiiiiiro mm' - ' " WEBSTER-MAN'S MAN " H I Author of "Cappy Rick.' "The Valley of the Giants," Etc; Hit '' Copyright tT Peter D. Kyne ll . CHAPTER XIV Cont At 10 o'clock Webster w -ipanled RS Mother Jcnks homo in tho carriage, S which ho dismissed at El Uuen Amlgo IK with Instructions to return to tho 9B hotel while ho continued nfoot down mm. tho Cnllo Son Itosnrlo to tho bay', ffiltE where Leber's hugo corrugated Iron If Hj wnrehouso loomed darkly nbovo high water mark. Ho slipped along In tho gjflp deep shadow of tho wnrohouso wall nnd out on tho end of tho llttlo dock, 1W whero ho satisfied himself that Lc J ''of launch wns at Its moorings; Ifff . then ho went back to tho warehouse I If nnd whistled softly, whereupon a man IH crawled out from under tho structure IH nnd approached hlm. it was Don lift Juan Cnfetero. Ml "They're all Insldo," ho whispered H nnd laid Anger on Up. "They got In alf n...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 3 February 1921

K I Ttrsday, F?bruaryy3q921.,f . , . I COURT DECIDES IF I fflUfflJffBEBBER I WIALIST EDlTOn AND ASSOCI. ArE9 IN ESPIONAGE CHARGES to BE GIVEN NEW TRIALS. p,.ch Divided In Decision on Radical S "cases, Majority Deciding Judge M Landls Was Inellglblo to Conduct Trial. HI m Wasliliifiton. Victor L. Bergor, So- clallst ctlltor of Milwaukee, nnd four fo-jcfciulniits wlio wore sentenced to S terms ranging from ten to twenty 'flienn for tlolntlon of tho osplonngo -M j W bo Riven new trlnls under a 9 decision on January 01 by tho supremo !WL court. Vfl Dividing, sjx to three, tho court held :i9 rii.it Judge Laiulls of Chicago was In IS eligible to conduct tho trial and should luno rotired on tho filing of nn nffl iB davit by the defendants charging him 9wllh "personal bias and prejudice," '9tiocau$e of the nativity of certain of QiB Bergcr nnd his co-defendants nro '"AiMl 0lrmor' national secretary of (.flilie Soclnllst party, a native o'f Pros "Bj!! William Kruss, editor of tli iTmloanc So...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 3 February 1921

II T KI 'I I! 'I 1 Thursday, February M 1 , Page-Six THE LEHI SUN, LEH1, UT , -"! m ? iiglWi II J Richest Man In World ( H Is Not Rockefeller, but Ip Blacksmith of Nebraska Hflk' Tho richest man In tlio world Is BUB not John D. Rockefeller or tlio Uaron Hfrlff do Rothschlfd or any of that sot, but RSP n pmm cltlzcn ot 1'lerco, In tho I If Mf sovereign stuto of Nebraska, Edward RBb J. Moyors by name. If Sift Tho wealth of Edward J. Moyors RKm bns amnzcd tuo world. In ovory Si country where tho talo .of his tabu- liUll Ioub fortunoH havo ponetratod, thoro RBf nro long articles In tho nowspapors If MM tolling of tho nW human phonom- HBIh enon tlio richest man In tho world. IBBfji Edward J. Moyom not long ago lHn wroto. a lottor to a small Nobrnska glMtt nowspapor, In which ho told of his EBf wealth. Tho lottor follows: II wonder it you know that ono of tho richest men In tho world was fourtcon rrillcs north of Norfolk, right r hero In Plorco? That man is tho wrltor. I am Just a conynon...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 3 February 1921

H -- ,--.-- ...,-. ,.. - -,.- j-- i, -- -- -r flflV flLnrsday, February 3, 1921. . . , - . ' ' " - . ,. v , , , TI1E LEHi SUN..LEH1. UTAH .. ., J b flL.ni nTlTr II rilln r -n--. ,.,, v" -.. - ,,.. ',-? - Pnire Seven. plpis Line the year 1020 in Ulntnh flnty. seventy nmrrlago HccnSes were mie'piiyu high sc'100' celebrated WflgMli nnnunl founders' dny Jun- ;Hk 23- 'Ke'nimtinl short course for wntcr fltcrs will l'i lii'ld t the utal1 Aijrl 1 Sural college nt IK"" f"m Fobru- Ttoi' IHurlng tin mouths of November nnd Viiulx r si.VitKOO wuh imltl by Ulntnh i,t f'- I'otmtles on 8H coyotes 'K s h''' ("ts ,K ,, ihnu-iit beet cuttliiK will torml ll, ftt the I.iij ton Stiffiir company iflL pi'bru.ir) und the plant will jltiluvui - mh llH the I'leau-up la Be. fflcconl-ng to census reports rocol Blbere are 10,221 acres of laud In ,1, juitu county that nro Irrigated, (incre.i'.e of 1100 ler cent In urea Br 1009. ' Here land bus UL'cn Pinned under eul- fltlon In eastern Mlllnrd county In last two j...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 3 February 1921

MIHIMHBIBIPIIBJBJBJMBPBBBJBSVBJMHMBJB VflH BBF I fBB Kb H II ' Page Eight THE LEHI SUN. LEHI, TlAH,WMMSggg IE 8kjf lfi nil lul I Shoes Shoes i J 1 8; ' ? I I , , jjj To safeguard against colds, pneumonia and other sickness one should be ! I $: sure that no member o the family be permitted to go about with leaky or j II worn out shoes. Prices have been so arranged at our store so that you may p II. 4 1 purchase a pair of bIiocs at almost any price you wish to pay. S$ II. qI Wo havo a well balanced stock in Men's, Ladies' Boys', 'Youths', Little III ' I Gents', Misses', Children's and Infante Shoes, for work- and fine wear, and I'Bj 0 will be glad to show you our line when you buy your next pair. II J Watson Mercantile Hi A f vV w& l3 li r Hi BKCsA MAIN STREET LEHI fl Jk H 'gk"WEATHERBlRD NJP bvbvbb H Local Items BBB VI ' BBB Mr. and Mm. John Devey autood to BflflJ Salt Lake Monday, BflflJ Rubbers Rubbers Rubbers. Any flfl site. Right Price. People's Co-op. flflflt Elmor Potorson ...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 10 February 1921

l imw jg I P Pill ; .5vilfl '" ; ' I ComKW With The Lehi Banner ' ' ' ' ' ' J"" Y, FEBRUARY 10, jUM ! j Kb. 28 I City Council Petitioned to Grant Poo! Liceese m I a petition containing 189 stgnors ro I quostlnr too Mayor and City Council i I to change tho ordinances bo as to 5crrolt tho licensing of pool halls i ilthln tho City limits wan presented i jl tho regoular February meotlng i I THesda7 evening by 0. A. Darling. I I Citizens opposed to the opening of ' 8 pool balls had learned of tho petition I and were also present at tho meeting ' tO prOtCSl uguiuoi uiu irauiiuu iui iuu I pool hull. Representatives from tho I second, Third, Fourth and Fifth wards including, J. W. Wln'tr, Enoch Russon, I M&x Kotlio, 0. S. Petoraon and I William Hadflold, woro present and I ipolce opalnst any " chango In tho I ordinance. They claimed that the M majority of too people woro not In V fivor of licensed pool halls. Mr. -I ptrling gave reasons for opening of regulated pool halls. On request of...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 10 February 1921

ibW K EH 1 Pflge Two . THE LEHI S .. iml TITAH H Articles and Illustrations Bfcan 1 for Lehi Housewives...... Ljjj HI BB - - 11 NEW FABRICS IN VARIED DESIGNS HE He Bllu Thnt It is tlio fabric which Inspires Bflu tho finished gown Is a Baying which BIMg receives fresh emphasis by a glimpse HtfMj at the- new materials for spring. As BHJ yet but few of them have appeared In BhHj shop windows; they nru yet on stock jfVf shelves, waiting to luako their bow HIS to tlio public. Ono look nt tho soft- II ncss and nt tho varied designs at the MpH new folds of fabric, and to tho Imngl Bj9K nation n wholo panorama of spring Hl gowns and summer frocks appears. HI , Already tho designers bavo begun to BJBJJ crcato now dresses out of the rich IH chotco of material, and Uoy will have Kfl nono of trimming nnd d. ntlon. Thoy BfjBJj ronflno themselves to tho .harm of the BtBil fabric and tho dresses they havo mado H o far nro Indeed worthy of tho In Bglfl Foe a long time, wlillo tho wnr was Bill on wo...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 10 February 1921

r Thursday, Fobruory 10 1021 1JMR.ZERQ5AVS T B i T'5 GOING B xOjTO BE A Mr. Zero ought to know I All about the ran and snow. I YOU can tako tho froaty, I chilling mannor out of I old Jack Frost If your heat- I Ins equipment U doing Us bit toward your comfort. If It isn't, let us know about It and wo will rospond Im mediately, k your 'nmy Ipn-' warm, It Isn't com fortablo. Fy BiillilkUWfcw i i-J'iliM Busmiss Directory THE ELECTRIC J BAKERY and CAFE 5 4 Modem electrically o,lpp4' fckery esUblieJUBjat, jj , Always a full stock ot fmh frrHd, cUea and pastry. 4 MhIi served at all hours. 4 I Julius Otteraon, Prop. J !AN 8TREET LIHI 't-H-'lH--H"H' -I--H-4 I &AMMER LIVERY J Its something for transfer we tt your sorvlco. Bugglos For Hire. (ofieph Hammer, Prop. 1st 'West Street 4. Ulf Block South Main Street Lohl, Utah. U 4- "CHIROPRACTIC" 'In Science of the Human Splm ind tta adjustment. J. M. GRANT, D. 0. $ Phon IIS American- Fork SRICAN FORK LEHI PLEASANT QROVE H -s- w : I -j- . N. 0. ...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 10 February 1921

fljfljfljfljfljfljrrtiw iiHHi9BH9MHHHPHHHH HE BflBB, n fl Pane Four. . THE LEHT SUN. LEHI. UTAH KaflHR flkfl tMh,MMMiMiMiMMM MMMaMiMaaaawaaaiMawiaTaaawwiyin'MiMf'"M,M'M"'''a"M' . ' H WebsterMan's Man 111 By PETER B. KYNE UH Author of "Cappy Ricks," "The Valley tJf the Giants," Etc. Hrelll Copyright by Peter D. Kyne flf Si CHAPTER XIV Continued. ngnf f- 10 Hl Don Juan's Hlbomlnn blood thrilled ; flf IS Iio cast about for a weapon In this fljaffi emergency, and his glnnqo rested on Mb no bocIy ot tho dead 0(llcor bcfllde the UnM KRt0, To PsseM himself of tho lat- 91 U tcrs llcnvJ' "cut-and-thrust" sword EM was the work ot Bcconds, and with Etlff oyD, B00tl wlH Don Junn tnunchect umn fclrosclf Into the heart of tho scrim- BgH mage. Ho had n hazy Impression that wa 8tr'k'nK ' stabbing, that oth- H era were striking and stabbing nt hint, Bill iat mcn crowlcd nnu breathed .and Yf Sfl pressed and swore and grunted around flf Bl Mm, that tho fighting-room was no fllaM ' better than It might...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 10 February 1921

I Thursday, February 10, 1921. - "" " ' t, -- MOVE TO RESTORE FEAGEjNJRELAND PLAfJ CONTEMPLATES INDUCING ULSTER LEADERS TO AQREE TO PARTITION PROPOSAL. Negotiations Said to Be In Prooreti Between British Prime Minister and Ulster Leader with Hope of Reaching Settlement. Dublin. Interesting rumors nro clr .culutlng In Dublin with regard to fresh efforts tho government Is reported to be maislng to effect n settlement with Irclmul. The boiler: Is growing that nn Important development mny cdine to light when parliament reconvenes. According to ono report, tho govern ment is trying to bring tho Ulster lend ers Into lino with a woll-formuliited scheme to pcrsuado tho south to ac cept tho partition provided for In tho home rule act nud work under it. This version of tho reputed plans lias It I that tho prlzo to bo offered for ac ceptance Is a grant of full fiscal autonomy to both sections of Ireland. This would bo coupled, so far as the couth Is concerned, with an offer to release politica...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 10 February 1921

JBfJ Page Sis ; THE LEHI ffUN, LEHI, I li Local Items iflffjwM A flue baby boy gladdonp'4 tholiomo WH of Mr, And Mrs. Bavld Q. Itoborts on .HffiiBl ' Friday. hhnH -- jflfMflWi Beautiful Spring Suits anil Coats on 'jHBill display Watson Marcantllo Co. adv. mmSi&Wm 'S8 olla Dono returned homo KSfflf from Salt Lnko Saturday, after spend- Rlfli nn ins a Wcolc there with her sister, Hw Si Mrs- II H G1Ie8, LBttMT 98 Reports from tho homo ot Mrs. IhSIMI Olaf Holmstoad yesterday said sho flHRfSJI was Improved. Sho had boon In a critical condition from an attack of RiSv pneumonia. MEM Hot A flno 1)aby boy arr,Vo al tno :!H8lBl homo of Mr. and Mrs. Borrioll Bato- 'jBHBjjiiyf man Tuesday, Mother and babe doing ;HH,JBfl flno, Mrs. Bateman was formerly Miss flBwjlH Hazel Peck of this city. Good quality Jap,.jUce, .Ofio pound. Peoplo'i Co-op. adv, t Mr TU Mr, !D. V, Brown wero Amorui 4. 1 ': visiters' Wednesday. . doorgo Phillies Is ported worso again. , For; sqvqral days" post ho has been co...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
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